It’s been busy and sad here at Jones central. While mourning the death of an old friend my blog tour has rolled on and on, and a whole slew of folks have been kind enough to host my ramblings about my new book and the writing process. More on that in a moment.
First, I’m very excited to announce the release of a collection of grand pulpy fun featuring the work of my very good friend John Chris Hocking. As you probably know, I think the world of Hocking and his writing and wish we’d see a whole lot more of it. This collection is more than a little on the purple side, but it’s a blast, and Hocking’s tale does a wonderful job of emulating the old thriller pulps without parody.
You can find a copy and read more about it right here.
Speaking of fiction in print, my first Pathfinder novel, Plague of Shadows, is now available as an audio book! Woo-hoo! You can find that here as well as all sorts of other places.
Now, as to those blog posts, here, belatedly, are the first three from last week.
I was over at SFSignal on October 5 talking about my new book and how I tried to find a new approach to writing it.
Stephanie Lorree invited me over to Scribler to Scribe to talk about how I got started in the industry, and you can find that post here.
Over at Little Miss Trainwreck I wrote about sliding horror into my fiction on October 8th.